Butch Mudbone - Buzzard Luck - Classic Blues Videos
And the Wolf Pack in Memphis, Tennessee
Memphis guitar legend Butch Mudbone performs "Buzzard Luck" on WREG-TV News Channel 3 in Memphis, Tennessee.
"Mudbone is a one-man musical machine, and he can grab about any audience in less than two bars. He pumps a wild boogie blues beat with his National steel electric dobro, plays blues harmonica through a neck holder with a tone cleaner than most cats can play with both hands on the harp, and takes a slide solo with the mikestand instead of a bottleneck--all at the same time. If you don't know he's about to blow you away by then, just wait 'til he sings. You know the dude is here to sing the blues..." (by Peter Berkow)
"While Indigenous learned the blues via classic rock and Jimmy Wolf comes from the psychedelic blues of Hendrix and the garage bands of the 1960s, the Nammy nominated Mudbone is more of a 'purist.' What else would you call a guy who covers staight-ahead versions of Howlin' Wolf and Tampa Red songs? Mudbone and the Wolfpack are part of the glorious roadhouse/bar band tradition; no distortion, no fancy percussion section, just the blues, pure and simple, the way God meant for it to be. The lyrics are cantos of broken hearts and dreams..." (by Wilhelm Morg)
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